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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

New All Japan World Tag Team Champions

The Big Guns
(Bodyguard and Zeus)

November 27th 2016
defeated Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi in Tokyo, Japan to begin a 2nd reign as AJPW World Tag Team champions.  
They previously held the belts for 175 days (December 23rd 2015-June 15th 2016)


Top 10 Raw moments: WWE Top 10, Nov. 28, 2016

November 28th 2016

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Top 10 Smackdown LIVE Moments: WWE Top 10, Nov. 22, 2016

November 22nd 2016

WE LOVE PRO WRESTLING!

The Valiant Brothers
(Luscious Johnny and Handsome Jimmy)
WWA Tag Team Champions (January - May 1974)
WWF Tag Team Champions ( May 1974 - May 1975)
NWA Georgia Tag Team Champions (July - September 1976)
NWA (San Francisco) World Tag Team Champions (Dec 1976 - Feb 1977)
NWA (Florida) US Tag Team Champions (January 1978)


Friday, November 11, 2016

2015 NJPW Super Junior Tag Team Tournament


2015 All Japan Super Junior Tag Team Tournament Champions
Ricochet and Matt Sydal
defeated Roppongi Vice to win the 2015 tournament on November 7th 2015 in Osaka, Japan.


Lucha Underground: Highlights - 11/10/2016

Season 3 Episode 10
November 10th 2016 

Thursday, November 10, 2016

WWE Tag Team Champions (2008)


Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, Jr.
(The Legacy)
The team known as "The Legacy" won the belts on June 29th 2008 at "Night of Champions" in Dallas TX, the current champions Hardcore Holly and Cody Rhodes were facing DiBiase, Jr. and a mystery partner when he announced as the match began he was going to win the belts by himself.  When Holly entered the ring to start the match Rhodes jumped Holly and revealed that he was the "mystery partner".   Rhodes and DiBiase held the belts for 36 days before losing to the team of Batista and John Cena on Monday RAW in Knoxville TN, August 4th 2008.   In a return match August 11th 2008 "The Legacy" regained the titles and kept them for another 77 days before dropping them one last time on October 27th 2008 to CM Punk and Kofi Kingston on Monday Night RAW.  The team stayed together for another 2 years before turning on each other at Wrestlemania XXVI and splitting for good